Ship Ahoy

1942, Comedy/Musical, 1h 35m

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Tallulah Winters (Eleanor Powell), a Broadway dancer, is inadvertently involved in a spy plot when she agrees to carry a vital piece of equipment on a cruise to Rio. The spy ringleader got the idea of using an entertainer from a story by eccentric dime magazine writer Merton K. Kibble (Red Skelton) -- whose friend Skip Owens (Bert Lahr) has convinced him to take the cruise as well. Tallulah and Merton hit it off, until Tallulah overhears him discussing a plot for a story and thinks he is a spy.

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  • Jul 22, 2013
    Silly bit of nonsense but with Eleanor tapping, Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra playing, Virginia O'Brien deadpanning, Frank Sinatra showing up for a solo and Red Skelton and Bert Lahr horsing around why complain about sense.
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